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Private living for those with green thumbs

These oases have spacious gardens and guaranteed privacy.

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Residence Brečtanová

Project Residence Brečtanová is a residential project in Bernolákovo, just 10 kilometres from Bratislava. It is situated in a quiet location with newly built infrastructure, which includes 1-2 floor, 4-room and 5-room houses with spacious gardens.

Residence Brečtanová includes a total of 48 apartments ranging from 104-129m² in size and utilises large windows to connect the interior with gardens.

Location: Bernolákovo, Senec district, Bratislava region
Completion date: 8/2020
Website: www.rezidenciabrectanova.sk
Developer: Stavflex, Popradská 34, 821 06 Bratislava, www.stavflex.sk

Moje MILKO

Project Moje Milko is a residential project in Miloslavov situated in a peaceful area with brand new infrastructure. It consists of semi-detached family houses with two floors and spacious gardens. When designing the project, emphasis was placed on the client's privacy and a high standard of housing. The project offers a total of 32 family-friendly, four-room apartments, 106.5m² in size.

Location: Miloslavov, Senec district, Bratislava region
Completion date: 12/2019
Website: www.mojemilko.sk
Developer: Stavflex, Popradská 34, 821 06 Bratislava, www.stavflex.sk

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